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So remember a DVR works with analogue cameras. and an NVR works with network cameras only. In this article, I will be looking only at NVR based systems. This is because DVR based analogue systems are on their way out, they simply cannot compete with the quality and convenience of network cameras and NVRs. Cameras – Network cameras a. k. a IP cameras are fully digital – the image is sent digitally to the NVR through a network cable instead of an analogue BNC cable as in a DVR based system. This enables resolution higher than 1080p2MP, and currently you can go up to 4MP. The hard drive that will store the recorded video and images – read my detailed guide to selecting the right hard drive. The Ethernet cables needed to connect the cameras to the NVRThe power adaptors for the cameras read on to see how you can avoid theseNow there are two ways of choosing the different parts above for your dream DIY home security camera kit – what I call going Pro DIY or Easy DIY. Pro DIY – A fully custom solution where you pick NVR and cameras separatelyThis is what I have done – I built my DIY NAS based NVR system, the benefits being maximum flexibility, power and economy.

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If your hands always seem to be full, then home automation is something you will probably want to consider. When you have kids, pets, or are generally just a busy person and your hands are always full, having smart locks and lights will give you a handsfree feature you probably need. Many home automation features work remotely with your smartphone or a key fob and will lock/unlock your doors, turn your lights on, open/close your garage door, and even arm/disarm your alarm system once you come into or go out of range. Once you’ve experienced this kind of convenience, you’ll probably wonder how you ever lived without it!This cost effective home security alarm system kit features a built in magnetic contact sensor and PIR passive infrared motion sensor to detect any forceful break in, activating the alarm to scare off intruders. The app allows you to control the whole security system anywhere with your smartphone or tablet. You receive warning notifications of the exact location where the alarm was triggered, while you can also use the app for arming delay, and more. The kit comes with a PIR main panel, a wireless PIR motion detector, 5 door/window sensors, 2 remote controls, an AC adapter, a user manual and all backup battery and installation accessories. Hide valuables and personal items in plain sight with these 3 secret hiding spots almost everyone has in their home. If you want a home security device that’s simple to set up and isn’t technically complicated, the iSmartAlarm may be right for you. It uses the app to arm, monitor and disarm the security system at any time and from anywhere. The Starter Package is a great DIY home security introduction.

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Works with Alexa and Google Assistant voice commands. Cons: Requires a one or three year monitoring plan. Doesn't support IFTTT. Pricey components. Bottom Line: As long as you're willing to commit to a contract, the FrontPoint Safe Home Elite system offers a nice selection of security, home automation, and environmental components and is easy to install. Read ReviewHoneywell Smart Home Security Starter Kit ReviewMSRP: $449. 00 at Pros: Easy to install. Built in Alexa voice service. Face recognition. Supports IFTTT applets. Free and paid cloud storage.

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